As if New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady didn’t already have enough jewelry with his six Super Bowl rings, he now has a custom TB12 diamond chain that was specially crafted for him by wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson, according to TMZ Sports.
Patterson joined the Patriots this season after spending the first five years of his NFL career between the Minnesota Vikings and Oakland Raiders, and he was immediately rewarded with a Super Bowl title.
To show his gratitude to Brady, Patterson went to the well-known Al the Jeweler, who created the chain for the future Hall-of-Fame quarterback.
On the season, Patterson caught 21 passes for 247 yards and three touchdowns. He snared two balls for 14 yards in the Patriots’ Super Bowl win over the Los Angeles Rams.
Prior to his time in New England, Patterson made a couple of Pro Bowls with the Vikings as a kick returner as he tallied two kick return touchdowns during his rookie campaign in 2013, en route to a Pro Bowl appearance and a First-Team All-Pro selection.
The 27-year-old then made another trip to Honolulu in 2016 after taking a kick back into the house and leading the league with 31.7 yards per kick return. Overall, Patterson returned five kicks for touchdowns during his Minnesota tenure.
He also scored a touchdown on a kick return for the Pats this past season. Patterson actually carried the ball 42 times for 228 yards and a score, so the former Vikings first-round pick is certainly one of the more versatile wideouts in the NFL today.